Lane Van Ingen wrote:
> (2) Set up user variables in memory that are persistent across all
> sessions, for
> as long as the database is up and running ?
You could probably write "C" functions (or possibly Perl) to store data
in shared memory. Of course you'd have to deal with concurrency issues
Storing the values in a table and having cached access to them during
the session is probably your best bet.
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